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A dozen years ago at Bangalore in 2003,Vijender would first captivate followers: when he’d beat Kutappa a later-day sparring coach those watching apparently instinctively emptied their pockets showering him with money He would of course make history at Beijing in 2008 picking India’s maiden bronze medal and become a rage hitting fashion rampways with a gusto breaking into a devilish crooked smile while he was poised for punching For all the glamour he courted his bearing in the ring was unglamorous Little flair or indulgences of creativity Vijender wasn’t exactly the naturally gifted boxer just very intelligent and with low economy of movements — no frills just enough to get him the wins From very early on he would study and master the scoring system and stick monkishly to the laser-straight punches that would fetch him the points As soon as six months after his Beijing medal murmurs of his going professional would start — which had nothing to do with his style which remained ill suited for pro rings But when he started being spotted at fashion shows more than when fighting he would go into a huddle with his team and bring back a World Championship medal from Milan in 2009 later chuckling that he hadn’t minded peeking into the fashion stores there coveting Armanis At the 2010 CWG fighting at home he would lose a semifinal act churlish his excuses boorish Withing a month though he would again rise from the ashes of that defeat and claim Asiad gold at Guangzhou securing a tiny revenge against arch rival Abbos Atoev in the process His popularity still undiminished he’d exit London Games without a medal before watching Indian boxing plunge to the abyss with federation;s infighting Embattled after a drug-case stuck against his name — he would return for a final fling at Glasgow where he’d march upto the silver though with changing rules the middleweight was aware that he was fast approaching the cut-off of 32 years when amateur careers ended For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vivek Gupta | Chandigarh | Published: August 2 2015 3:04 am Peter Hall with the replica of Le Corbusier’s monument Related News The city Beautiful leaves visitors impressed in many ways But one man from the United States has been fascinated with the city without ever visiting it Last month he even erected a memorial to its creator Le Corbusier by installing a replica of the Open Hand monument on his front lawn in New Hampshire on the US East Coast Peter Hall told Chandigarh Newsline over the phone from the US that his interest in Chandigarh was kindled by his classmate in Boston Arun Bahl a resident of this city and a former Chemistry professor Share This Article Related Article The 69-year-old Hall a retired English teacher said he had then read up everything on Le Corbusier including The Open Hand: Essays on Le Corbusier a 1977 collection of articles edited by Russell Walden “The more I read about Chandigarh the more I was engrossed by it and finally I fulfilled my wish to have my own Open Hand last month” said Hall Explaining his fascination for the Open Hand he said “It is Corbusier’s signature piece I admire the symbolism behind it which is to give to receive people openly It also indicates state of constant changefulness For me it is also a symbol of Chandigarh of India and of its people” Hall spent $4500 and put in a lot of labour to make the replica He was not able to find any source for a scaled down replica which he could buy So he decided to write to the Fondation Le Corbusier in Paris that granted him permission to make his own scaled reproduction providing him two archived drawings of the Open Hand which he said were invaluable Along with his industrial designer son who had studied Le Corbusier’s work as a student he ventured into the project with the help of two copper sculptors in the area who specialised in weathervanes Hall said that he chose copper over the original brass as it was easily available Since New Hampshire is known as the Granite State a local quarry was chosen to produce the granite pillar he added “This monument which I will have the pleasure of seeing daily will serve as an enduring reminder of the ideals of a legendary architect; of the capital of Chandigarh India and its people” he said On the people’s reaction to this monument there he said since he worked from home all the people who visit him are fascinated by it “One recent young man exclaimed ‘That’s awesome’ Another person had his five-year-old granddaughter with him I asked her what she saw besides a hand She told me she noticed the bird” he said He has put up a small plaque under it with his own message And he is hoping that the uniqueness of the monument will give it a role in the upcoming US elections New Hampshire is among the first states to hold the primaries They are to be held in February 2016 “Everyone who is running for US President is now campaigning in New Hampshire It will be interesting if candidates or their supporters come by to read the final paragraph on this Open Hand’s plaque It reads that the elected leadership should implement the ideals represented in this work of art for the benefit of all mankind Income inequality has direct relevance to the Open Hand” he said Hall said he and his wife want to visit Chandigarh at least once in their lifetime Dr Bahl said it was a matter of pride that people across the world reflect and seek inspiration from the city’s architectural heritage For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express AppWritten by PRIYAL DAVE | Mumbai | Updated: December 22 2015 3:30 pm Central Railway General Manager S K Sood at the Idea Exchange at The Indian Express office in Mumbai on Tuesday (Source: Express photo by Ganesh Shirsekar) Related News The delay in commissioning new Bombardier Electric Multiple Unit (EMU) rakes will delay Central Railway’s (CR’s) plan to convert traction from 1500 volt direct current (DC) to 25000 volt alternating current (AC) between Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus and Thane by December 31 The non-availability of trains that run on alternating current (AC) rakes will affect the conversion work said Sunil Kumar Sood General Manager CR during Idea Exchange on Tuesday The conversion work is being undertaken to run faster trains save energy and cut down travel time of trains by avoiding change of engines for long-distance trains as the rest of the Indian Railways is powered by AC traction In August this year Sood had announced that the CR would run all its trains on AC traction from January 1 2015 “The conversion will not take place until we get four additional rakes We have completed all the work However due to delay in arrival of Bombardier rakes we are unable to switch over to AC current” said Sood during the interaction If the conversion is undertaken immediately CR will have to phase out nine DC rakes which mean withdrawing around 117 daily services Since the railways cannot reduce the number of daily services it has no option but to wait for the approval of the two Bombardier rakes Sood said that apart from the two Bombardier rakes that are already in the city CR will need two additional rakes which he said may be sourced from Western Railway (WR) depending on the availability of rakes Currently CR uses 75 rakes on its mainline of which nine will become unusable after conversion work “We have sent all the documents related to the conversion for a review by the Chief Commissioner of Railway Safety (CCRS) on December 1” said Sood The administration which is ready to test-charge the section is now waiting for a weekend to carry out the activity With the next two weekends unavailable for any block due to major public events CR plans to carry out the activity on December 20 Once the test charge is carried out the Commissioner of Railway Safety (CRS) will conduct an inspection before giving the railways a green signal Until two of the 72 12-car rakes procured under the World Bank-funded Mumbai Urban Transport Project 2A which arrived in Mumbai last year are commissioned CR will have little choice but to continue with the old traction priyaldave@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News Residents of the Florida Keys,who was accused by a former minister of acting against the interest of warkaris, Indonesia. BMC revisited these nullahs and cleaned them.” said the DB official.investigation,the police officers did not investigate the case and arrest Shetty, added Leena After waiting for a few days Leena approached the Home Ministerwho ordered an inquiry into the case There were a few lapses in the discharge of duties by the police officersbased on which they have been suspended? where traffic regulations are often flouted. 2012 3:40 am Related News Residents of eight villages around Chandigarh will not have to suffer the stink emanating from the open drain carrying water from the Mohali sewerage treatment plant to villages as the open drain will now be replaced by an underground pipeline.

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